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tv   430am Newscast  FOX  March 20, 2013 4:30am-5:00am PDT

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. good morning we are beginning with breaking news, we will tell you how some power
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lines are affecting the bottom line. and it is now officially spring but it is wet outside, we are tracking showers for you all morning long, it is all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. good morning, thank you for joining us this morning, i am pam cook. >> and as we said before, showers today. how long is this going to last? >> maybe just the morning but spring has sprung. there is not a lot but we will take anything we can get. mainly in the morning, here is sal. good morning traffic looks good but it is wet out there and it might cause some traffic or even some collisions if you
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are not careful so give yourself a little extra time. it looks good as you approach the 80 split, let's go back to the desk. we begin with breaking news of a large fire which has been burning since 2:30 a.m. this morning. claudine wong is live to explain why firefighters have had such a hard time putting this fire out. good morning, claudine. >> reporter: good morning pam. you can see their putting a lot of water on this structure and this is the second structure to burn. you can see the glow of the flames are still up there from the front and from the back and the battalion chief said this is going to be a stubborn fire. no residents were hurt.
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we don't think his injuries are serious but the focus is getting this fire out. we want to show you what made it more difficult. if you can take a look at the power pole, it took pg&e 90 minutes to get here and as the winds begin to shift we certainly are getting more smoke in our line of sight which tells us about the fire which is still burning. there are no hydrants so head to bring water tenders out here and that certainly changed the way this fire is being fought. take a look at this structure, this is apparently where the fire started. it building is gone. we don't know anything like that but as we can tell you 230
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this morning, the fight continues and we are still trying to get more information and we are just getting a handle on everything that has been happening and we are right in front of this burning home and the water which is being dumped on this burning home, there are no hydrants and firefighters say we are going to talk to the battalion chief and keep you posted all morning long. police were forced to bring in a canine unit on a house on 13th and oakland. >> come out of the house with your hands in the air... >> reporter: after a few minutes of ordering people outside, he sent the dog side. that search came up empty and
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the 6:00 continues. a petaluma teen was caught in a fire while he was allegedly making drugs. the 14-year-old was accused of causing the fire while making hash oil. he was also given a cry station a problem and the government agency said he he can motions -- explosions could extract ingredients from marijuana. the storm caught some people off guard. steve paulson told us about it. we spoke to fans at the world classic who were not happy to see the clouds rolling in and some were forced to look to a
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backup plan. >> today's forecast calls for rain on and off throughout the morning but steve will be here with a closer look at your weather coming up. news in south korea are trying to determine the source of an apparent cyber attacks. two major banks were shut down at the same time and skulls popped up on the screen. there is speculation north korea is behind the attack. they sent b52 over over north korea. the b52s are part of a nuclear umbrella and they feel reason thatted from nuclear weapons and ballistic missile players. analysts say it could be worth $44 million over the next
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decade. we will are have more on the two bills they are enacting in congress. here is the congress at the airport. he was greeted by prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he said he wanted to make clear he stance with israel. >> it is with our fundamental national security interest be it makes us both more prosperous and it makes the world a better place. >> well at the airport press also looked at a missile battery. it was largely funned by the
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united states. marines were killed at a memorial. the an official with the veterans of war said an 8th marine has died. a 60 round explosion was let go and caused this problem. it will not include an assault weapons ban. senate will debate next month because it does not have the vets to pass. this is a personal one for her. this happened after she and harvey milk were shot to death amount it is aimed to help schools and dry up the supply of sheets over time...
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>> they suffered a similar disappointment when congress allowed the ban to expire the bill to still be introduced. it happened just before 8:00 last night near a middle cool. somebody in an suv drove by and shot him. he was rushed to the hospital heater and police a this injury does not have a motive. ktvu channel 2 morning news has learned that the suspect who died is a person of interest in a homicide. police say they opened fire on the come side after they tried to ram a police car. police have not remained.
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a homeless man killed by police pointed an object at them they believed was a gun. it turned out to be some sort of metal cool and the man led police on pursuit. they are looking for a truck that i say has been robbed twice since january. the most recent incident was when thieves drove a forklift into the yard and stole in which as of excess of 5,000 dollars. >> surveillance video captured this and anybody with information is asked to call police. now the town's park's
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commission is drug new regular layings to walk just six dogs at a time. they are considering putting up signs in open space area. and they are now behind the super bowl and they are including a long list with recommendations and not everybody is happy that a multi- million dollar businesslike the nfl would get financial breaks. >> why is a non-profit, $9 billion profit corporation called the nfl asking a small city to bear this burden. why don't they pay their own bills? >> i think we should do anything and everything to get
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that here. >> last night's vote should come up with their financial demands. they made it past the ncaa tournament. students cheered at the schools when their basketball team led the victory at a viewing party last night. they preceded tennessee state, 11 seed st. mary's takes on the other school to play memphis tennessee late. >> well, home fully there will not be a march madness out there this mosh. well, we are hoping it will be a nice calm morning and let's look at these pictures and traffic is moving a wrong
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relatively wet but you will notice and there is no roadwork going on approaching the toll plaza and traffic does look got a getting to highway 17. let's go to steve. about a 10 of the of and i inch to a quarter. there will be a little more hair and the moisture continues to stream on shower even without the rain there will be clear and there will still be more rain coming in but we will be done by noon and still santa rosa picked up weather can he could and it will be a mostly cloudy day and the system will clear out and then we see
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improving things in the forecast and 50s on the temperatures and low-to-mid 50s. moisture is very warm glad it is off and on rain and temperatures, 60s for some and it is a mostly cloudy day, morgan hill gilroy, pleasanton and it is breezy with a north wind on friday and we will carry that into the weekend. thank you, steve. new studies show the number of children diagnosed with the condition. and the drink could kill you, it is linked to a number of deaths . 97
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. good morning, light rain continues, temperatures near 50s and we will end up in the upper 50s to lower 60s. a teacher was accused of tying up a two-year-old. the preschool has been closed last week for retraining. angela bound a toddler's wrists and legs when the child refused to take a knap. she showed the picture of the child to somebody at a party and one of them was the child's mother. the national center for health statistics conducted the research. they found one out of every five children is autistic.
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boys are four times more likely to have autism and this girls. california hopes to win a contract to pass the drone program. the federal aviation program will soon set up six test sites. while they are worried about the invasion of privacy, unmanned drones have many practical uses. they have introduced two bills. >> that is agriculture, law enforcement, search and rescue, border patrol, coast guard... >> they are requiring law enforcement to require permits. they estimate the unmanned drone business could be worth $34 billion over the next few years. ben bernanke is announcing the feds will continue to hold interest rates right where they
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are. they are likely to continue their debate on the cost of jaun tatetive easing -- quantitative easing and he will hold his conference shortly after 11:00 our time. they could see twin kiss back on the shelves. they are paying $410 million for the brand-name recipes and 5 factories. it is up to the new owners to hire back the former hostess workers. a former study links sugars to death. they have linked 180,000 deaths and of that number, 2 5,000 were americans. the data comes from the american beverage association but the story is more about sensationalism than science. it is going to cost you a
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quarter to get paper bags in santa cruz. a countywide charge of 25 cents per gay bag is set to gush per bag is set to go into effect in april. they are trying to put to an end bullying. she has been target by herman engineer despite having a disability. the group is scheduled to get underway at noon at the hospital. a group is fighting discrimination with paint. they painted the house in a rainbow of colors and they are protesting the church's stance against the lbg community >> they are embracing diversity.
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>> reporter: 4:49, we jumped ahead, it is 4:49 sal... >> as long as you are jumping ahead, could you jump ahead to friday, two hours is not enough. >> good morning everybody. let's take a look at the commute, traffic is looking well on 880 westbound and as you drive to the mcarthur maze, steve will let you know what the weather will be like and the roads are wet from overnight with some of the showers we have had and you might want to leave yourself extra time. the morning commute is looking good on the bay bridge and there are no major problems and on the peninsular traffic looks good and it looks good on 280 as well. 4:49 let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. there is not a lot there, so far i have seen near san
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rafael. generally 2 / 10th and by the time the systems arrive they fall apart. each though we don't have rain there could be a few breaks later on and it is a very mild system. the moisture source, there is no trigger and we will keep some rain in the forecast off and on and it looks like one of those days where we have light to moderate amounts. it was very moderate in novato. 54, a mild 54 and a lot of cloud cover, look at where it is coming, it is coming way up from the southwest and it is a very warm system. cool to mild, temperatures, we get a little bit of sun and you notice the higher humidity. that darn could you have came
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back. -- that darn cough came back. it is sunnyside up on friday and with your weekend in view it is a few degrees cooler. an unusual story of a mother faking her daughter's abduction. and why more and more travelers overseas are refusing to come to the u.s. what happened when a man crashed a podium? [ female announcer ] the one for all.
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. welcome back. carnival cruise ship will be out longer than expected. last month the engine fire left more than 4200 people stranded for days. the ship will not return to service until june 13th and ten additional cruises will be canceled. this could be hurting tourism. 4% of overseas travelers will discourage people from visiting here because of inefficient u.s. customs procedures.
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43% will refuse to visit the u.s. for five years and one in seven report missing a connection because of u.s. customs. a missouri woman is accused of faking her daughter's disappearance. she sent a cryptic text message. she and her daughter have been missing since last week. they eventually tracked the woman's cell phone to a hotel in kansas city and the child was not hurt. there was an unexpected visitor in kansas city... >> bleep bleep bleep. >> the mayor was in the middle when a man came up and tried to take over the podium. he was wrestled to the ground and the mayor james seemed
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unfaced and went on to finish his speech. >> 4:55 is the time. >> we have security here. >> yeah. >> good morning everybody. >> just duncan. >> he could be i don't ruse. >> let's -- dangerous. the traffic is moving along well on the bay bridge and there are no major problems also the morning commute in san francisco looks good but the roads are wet so give yourself an extra five or 10 minutes because it may make a big difference for you. 101 and 280 are looking good >> sal, can i give an, a plus to customs? -- "a plus" to customs? >> sure. >> well you are in a good mood?
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>> well i got some sleep. >> that is good. the extended outlook is 7 to 1015 days and it does not look all that 7 to 10 to 15 days does not look all that promising. there is a lot of cloud cover continuing to stream in from the southwest and you can see it is still offshore so we have a ways to go. 40s and -- 40s and 50s in the southwest and it is going to continue to be a problem and this system will be out of here probably late tonight into tomorrow and tomorrow things look a lot better. rain cooler on the mild side 50s and low-to-mid 60s and coast bay and inland there will not be much of a